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A federal judge has laid out rules for how Amazon must reimburse customers whose kids made in-app purchases without permission.
by The Associated Press
11.29.2016
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Yahoo detected evidence that a hacker had broken into its computer network at least 18 months before launching an investigation that discovered personal information had been stolen from about 500 million user accounts.
by Michael Liedtke, AP Technology Writer
11.29.2016
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British Prime Minister Theresa May and her Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, held talks Monday aimed at deepening ties between their countries and boosting trade and investment as the U.K. prepares to leave the European Union.
by Nirmala George, Associated Press
11.29.2016
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel signaled support for protesters demanding wider freedoms in Ethiopia during a visit to the country on Tuesday, saying "a vibrant civil society is part and parcel of a developing country.
by Elias Meseret, Associated Press
11.29.2016
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China's plan for its foothold on the Bay of Bengal, on Myanmar's western coast in restive Rakhine state, includes an industrial zone, oil refinery and deep-water port that could transform a sleepy, remote town of 30,000 into a thriving business hub.
by Elaine Kurtenbach, AP Business Writer
11.29.2016
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Business-focused social network LinkedIn faces being blocked in Russia after a court ruled it broke a law on data storage.
by The Associated Press
11.22.2016
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The ongoing crackdown has seen some activists imprisoned, others exiled, and a major Shiite opposition group dismantled.
by Jon Gambrell, Associated Press
11.22.2016
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Samsung Biologics Co., the contract drug making unit of Samsung Group, made its market debut in Seoul on Thursday in South Korea's largest initial public offering in six years.
by Youkyung Lee, AP Business Writer
11.22.2016
7:45am
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Britain's Treasury chief promised Tuesday that the U.K. will strike back against cyberattacks amid fears that state-sponsored hackers jeopardize society.
by Danica Kirka, Associated Press
11.22.2016
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Indians awakened to confusion Wednesday as banks and ATMs remained closed after the government withdrew the highest-denomination currency notes overnight
by Muneeza Naqvi, Associated Press
11.22.2016
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The International Energy Agency says global oil production climbed higher in October - even after OPEC pledged to curb output in hopes of driving up prices.
by The Associated Press
11.22.2016
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Vietnam's government says floods from torrential rains have killed 15 people and left six others missing in a central region still recovering from deadly floods last month.
by The Associated Press
11.15.2016
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The sickening air pollution that led the Indian capital to shut schools and construction sites this week has prompted similar measures in nearby cities.
by Biswajeet Banerjee, Associated Press
11.15.2016
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Tesla Motors says it has agreed to buy a German engineering company to help automate its electric car manufacturing.
by The Associated Press
11.15.2016
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Federal prosecutors say Martin illegally removed highly classified information, storing it in an unlocked shed and in his car and home.
by Deb Riechman and Eric Tucker, Associated Press
11.15.2016
7:30am
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German prosecutors have widened their investigation into Volkswagen's handling of the emissions scandal to include its board chairman, Hans Dieter Poetsch, the company said Sunday.
by Frank Jordans, Associated Press
11.15.2016
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A Samsung phone user in France says her Galaxy J5 smartphone caught fire and exploded on Sunday
by The Associated Press
11.15.2016
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Millions of Americans are finding out this month that the price of their health insurance is going up next year - as it did this year, last year, and most of the years before that.
by Tom Murphy, AP Health Writer
11.8.2016
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Chinese authorities could freeze assets and take other actions against foreign hackers threatening the country's infrastructure under a revised draft of a new cybersecurity law.
by The Associated Press
11.8.2016
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Cuba is failing to meet its self-imposed foreign investment targets two years after detente with the United States set off the greatest surge of business interest in the country since its 1959 socialist revolution, officials said Tuesday.
by Michael Weissenstein, Associated Press
11.8.2016
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The panel has said the cost of the Tokyo Olympics could exceed $30 billion - four times the initial estimate - unless drastic cuts are made.
by Jim Armstrong, AP Sports Writer
11.8.2016
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Ronald De Feo has watched robots take factory jobs for years. Now he sees them threatening a new class of worker: People who drive for a living.
by Paul Wiseman and Joe Mandak, Associated Press
11.8.2016
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Britain's High Court brought government plans for leaving the European Union to a screeching halt Thursday, ruling that the prime minister can't trigger the U.K.'s exit from the 28-nation bloc without a vote in Parliament.
by Danica Kirka and Jill Lawless, Associated Press
11.8.2016
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This quaint shoreline community, proud of its role as a nursery of American Impressionist art, fears the destruction of its heritage if a federal proposal to someday run an East Coast high-speed rail line through its historic center becomes reality.
by Susan Haigh and Matt O'Brien, Associated Press
10.31.2016
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Political style yard-signs with the giant word "NO" over the image of a wind turbine pop up on roads leading into the southern Vermont town of Grafton
by Wilson Ring, Associated Press
10.31.2016
9:16am
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The algae bloom in parts of Lake Erie this summer didn't come close to matching the record-breaking one from a year ago that covered an area roughly the size of New York City.
by John Seewer, Associated Press
10.31.2016
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Italy's premier pledged Monday to find temporary housing for all those displaced by a series of powerful earthquakes in a central mountainous region, as the nation's strongest temblor in 36 years pushed those needing assistance to more than 15,000.
by Carlo Piovano and Colleen Barry, Associated Press
10.31.2016
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As Indians awoke Monday to smoke-filled skies from a weekend of festival fireworks, New Delhi's worst season for air pollution began - with dire consequences.
by Katy Daigle, Associated Press
10.31.2016
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Removing lawns may sound like a small, wonky step, compared to building dams.
by Ellen Knickmeyer, Associated Press
10.31.2016
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Nearly 200 nations have reached a deal, announced Saturday morning after all-night negotiations, to limit the use of greenhouse gases far more powerful than carbon dioxide in a major effort to fight climate change.
by Bradley Klapper and Ignatius Ssunna, Associated Press
10.25.2016
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Verizon's top lawyer says it now has reason to believe Yahoo's recently disclosed data breach has a "material" impact on Verizon's pending $4.8 billion acquisition of Yahoo.
by The Associated Press
10.25.2016
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Health officials announced Thursday a new Zika zone in Miami - a setback less than a month after declaring the nearby Wynwood neighborhood cleared of the virus following aggressive mosquito spraying.
by Jennifer Kay, Associated Press
10.25.2016
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A trio of wind-whipped wildfires burning along the Sierra Nevada destroyed 22 homes north of Carson City, forced hundreds of evacuations at Lake Tahoe and temporarily closed a major highway connecting Reno to the mountain lake.
by Scott Sonner, Associated Press
10.25.2016
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At least 24 people were killed and 20 others injured in a stampede that occurred as they were crossing a crowded bridge to reach a Hindu religious ceremony in northern India on Saturday, police said.
by Biswajeet Banerjee, Associated Press
10.25.2016
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Concerts and colossal beach parties in Thailand have been canceled.
by Todd Pittman, Associated Press
10.25.2016
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The latest arrest came despite efforts to reform security after the Edward Snowden disclosures, especially in regard to insider threats.
by Tami Abdollah and Erick Tucker, Associated Press
10.18.2016
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Embattled blood testing company Theranos says it will shut down its clinical labs and wellness centers and lay off more than 40 percent of its full-time employees.
by The Associated Press
10.18.2016
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The conductor must join the engineer whenever a train pulls into Hoboken Terminal or its Atlantic City station.
by The Associated Press
10.18.2016
7:45am
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Duke Energy has agreed to remove millions of tons of coal ash containing toxic heavy metals from a power plant in North Carolina.
by The Associated Press
10.18.2016
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wo days after Hurricane Matthew rampaged across Haiti's remote southwestern peninsula, authorities and aid workers still lack a clear picture of what they fear is the country's biggest disaster in years.
by Pierre Richard Luxama and David McFadden, Associated Press
10.18.2016
7:15am
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